Recipes to share with your children

By April Meyerson, PCWS parent

Very Easy Bread Recipe

2 cups very warm water large spoonful of honey

1 T. yeast

Flour – about 5-6 cups (a mix of white and whole wheat)

1 t. salt

1. Put warm water into a large mixing bowl and stir in honey

2. Sprinkle the yeast over the top of the water. Let it foam up.

3. Start adding flour and sprinkle in the salt. Children love to make it “snow” into the bowl.

4. When the dough is stiff and no longer sticky, cover it with a towel and let it rest for a little while (about 15 minutes).

5. Knead the dough and form dough into rolls.

6. Place rolls on an oiled baking sheet.

7. If you have the time, you can let the rise a little longer on the pan, covered.

8. Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes or until light brown.

Recipe from The Waldorf Kindergarten Snack Book, Collected by Lisa Hildreth

 

Baked Apples

6 large baking apples

6 T. butter, softened

1⁄2 cup sugar (rapadura or similar, if possible) grated rind of 2 lemons juice of 2 lemons

1 t. ground ginger

1⁄2 t. ground cinnamon 1⁄4 t. ground cloves

1⁄4 t. ground cardamom

1⁄4. Cup currants or raisins

1. Core apples from stem side through the center (but not entirely through) and peel from top to about 1/3 the way down.

2. Combine butter and sugar

3. Stir in remaining ingredients and place of spoonful of stuffing in each apple.

4. Place in a buttered baking pan with a little water.

5. Bake about 2 hours at 325 degrees or until apples are tender.

Recipe from Nourishing Traditions, Sally Fallon

We would love to hear from our PCWS families of any recipes or crafts you enjoy doing with your children! Please comment here and let us know.  Or send to info@potomaccrescentschool.org.

 

 

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